Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan has released the official answer key for the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) 2021. Candidates who appeared for the eligibility test on September 26, 2021, can check the provisional answer key on the official website reetbser21.com. They can use this answer key to calculate their tentative score and determine their chances of qualifying the exam. Additionally, in case a candidate wishes to raise objections against the answer key, he/she can do so on or before October 26, 2021, up to 12:00 pm. Here’s all they need to do.
To access the REET 2021 answer key, candidates must visit the official website reetbser21.com. On the homepage of the website, they must access the “Important Downloads” section to get the answer key links. Those who appeared or the Level-I paper must click on the “Answer Key Level-I” link. Similarly, candidates who appear for Level-II paper must select the “Answer key level-II” link.
After clicking on the appropriate answer key link, candidates must only look at the column corresponding their question paper code. It may look confusing as the question numbers are jumbled sets K, L and M while it is fairly straight-forward for the J set. To avoid this confusion, take a separate piece of paper and note down the question numbers along with their answers in the correct order. By doing so, it will become simpler for candidates to calculate their tentative REET 2021 scores.
The State-level secondary education board issued a public notice announcing the release of REET 2021 answer keys. However, this is just a provisional answer key and may be subjected to changes based on the objection raised. In case a candidate has any issue with the answers, he/she can raise objections against the provisional answer key. To do so, they can use the following steps –
Step 1: Visit the official website of REET 2021 i.e., reetbser.com.
Step 2: On the homepage of the website, click on the “Objection for REET 2021 Answer Key” present under the “Application Form” section. A separate objection facility has been made available for Level I and Level II. Choose the appropriate one to proceed ahead.
Step 3: A new page will open asking for login credentials such as Roll Number, Mother’s Name and Date of Birth. Key in the credentials before clicking on the “Proceed” option.
Step 4: After logging-in, select the question number having the issue, the option shown in answer key and the option which is correct. Also, make sure to provide proper representation and reasoning to support the objection.
Step 5: Pay the objection fee of Rs.300 per question and submit it.
All candidates must remember to provide proper proof and reasoning to support their objections against the REET 2021 provisional answer key. Authorities will only accept such objections and will not consider those without proper justification.